This episode of THE DANA CARVEY SHOW opens with Congressman Newt Gingrich proposing some innovative ways to make Washington D.C. pay its own way. Included are reducing the size of Congress to one, converting the White House into a riverboat casino and putting the homeless in zoos. Following his impression of special guest audience member Regis Philbin, Dana portrays a cynical, mocking auctioneer at the Kennedy memorabilia auction. The Cutting Room Floor host Gene Shalit looks at a little-known character who was left out of the final version of the movie Wizard of Oz and his song, If I Only Had An Ass. Following a news break with Peter Jennings, the cast takes a look at famous first ladies as dogs. Then, after a look at the Chicago Bulls quest for the NBA championship, the president of Streyhound Bus Lines graphically demonstrates that the bus is safer than flying. Finally, World Leaders and Their Baths looks in on Jordan's King Hussein and his favorite bathtub game.